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Buenos Aires – Avenues, Buildings and Parks

Buenos Aires Skyline

Buenos Aires Skyline

Avenida 9 de Julio with Ministry of Health in the background (with Evita Mural).

Avenida 9 de Julio with Ministry of Health in the background (with Evita Mural) and protest camp in the foreground.

Confiteria Del Melino - one of the most prominent art nouveau building in Buenos Aires

Confiteria Del Melino – one of the most prominent art nouveau building in Buenos Aires

Cafe Tortini - a famous coffee shop in Buenos Aires.

Cafe Tortini – a famous coffee shop in Buenos Aires

The Top of La Defensa Street - Buenos Aires

The Top of La Defensa Street – Buenos Aires

San Francisco Basilica - Buenos Aires.

San Francisco Basilica – Buenos Aires.

La Defensa Sunday Market

La Defensa Sunday Market

Plaza de Mayo - with Cabildo Buenos Aires in the background

Plaza de Mayo – with Cabildo Buenos Aires in the background

Skateboarder passing Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

Skateboarder passing Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral

Mansion known as Ralph Lauren House - Avenida Alvear 1780

Mansion known as Ralph Lauren House – Avenida Alvear 1780

French Embassy, Buenos Aires

French Embassy, Buenos Aires

La Mansion - Recoleta - Buenos Aires

La Mansion – Recoleta – Buenos Aires

Vatican Embassy (Palacio Harilaos de Olmos) - Buenos Aires -

Vatican Embassy (Palacio Harilaos de Olmos) – Buenos Aires

Plaza Intendente Alvear in front of Cementario de Recoleta

Plaza Intendente Alvear in front of Cementario de Recoleta

Tango in the park - Recoleta Cemetary

Tango in the park – Recoleta Cemetary

Cementario de Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Cementario de Recoleta, Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Street Scene - Recoleta - across from recoleta cemetery and park.

Buenos Aires Street Scene – Recoleta – across from Recoleta cemetery and park.

Palacio Barolo - Avenida de Mayo - Buenos Aires

Palacio Barolo – Avenida de Mayo – Buenos Aires

 All photographs taken between March 5 and 10, 2015. Many of these were taken while on two of the excellent free walking tours available in the city – highly recommended. I used an old Pentax P30T camera with Fuji and Kodak ISO 200 film. Buenos Aires is a stunning city to visit and five days is enough to get a taste and feel for it, but there is so much more to see. Therefore a second visited is definitely in the pipeline, that’s for sure. Fortunately, for the moment,  I am not far away.

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  2. MC

    wow… nice new site. How did I miss this? Or did I miss this? Been ill last few years and brain is fried. Glad to see you’re doing well and travelling again. 🙂

    Michelle

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